Figure 3: Receiver operating characteristic of DXA, BIA, BMI, and anthropometry-based estimate of fat mass percent (FM%-equation) as predictors of hypertension and dyslipidaemia. (a) In direct comparisons, the area under curve (AUC) for the anthropometry-based estimate of fat mass percentage (FM%-equation) is larger than AUC for BMI (). (b) AUC for the BIA InBody is larger than for DXA (). AUC for FM%-equation is larger than for both DXA and BMI (). (c) AUC for BIA InBody is larger than for BMI () as is AUC for the FM%-equation (). (d) AUC for the BIA InBody is larger than for DXA and BMI () and also larger than for the FM% equation (). AUC for the FM% equation is larger than for BMI (). (e) AUC for the FM%-equation is larger than for BIA InBody (). (f) There are no significant differences in areas under curve (AUC) for the different methods.